In a change from recent events, the women’s draw has seen significantly less upsets than the men’s through two rounds.
With Wednesday’s outer court matches completely rained out, today will be one of the year’s busiest days of tennis.
With great weather forecasted throughout this fortnight, the conditions should enable some phenomenal tennis at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Monday’s night session on Arthur Ashe Stadium is headlined by Serena/Sharapova and Federer/Nagal.
The Polish player has struck gold in New York at the age of 27.
Camila Giorgi has twice survived a third set tiebreak this week, and saved four match points just yesterday, but can she claim the title?
All four quarterfinals were decided on a busy day in the Bronx.
Four of the eight second round singles matches were decided on Tuesday.
For the first time since 2012, the WTA is back in the Bronx, replacing the tournament that previously took place in New Haven, Connecticut.
It’s Championship Sunday in Cincy, with two unlikely yet intriguing singles finals.
Both the men’s and women’s top seeds have advanced this far, but just how favored should they be to win this event?
Both singles draws feel pretty wide open, which is more newsworthy on the men’s side.
All round of 16 singles matches will take place on a loaded day of tennis.
While Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have the day off, there will be intriguing matchups all over the grounds.
It is set to be a blockbuster day of action at the Western and Southern Open.
With the exception of Rafael Nadal, all the sport’s top names are scheduled to play this week in the heartland of America.
All singles and doubles titles will be decided today between Toronto and Montreal.
Serena Williams gets her rematch from last year’s controversial US Open final against Naomi Osaka.
All round of 16 singles matches will be played on an extremely busy day in Canada.
Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep, and Naomi Osaka are all scheduled to play their opening matches on a jam-packed day in Canada.